Talks > 21-22/06/2018 Alejandro Sanchez

Field Notes From the Frontlines of Slurm Support

SchedMD is the core company behind the Slurm, a free open-source workload manager and scheduler designed specifically to satisfy the demanding needs of high performance computing. Slurm is in widespread use at government laboratories, universities and companies world wide. The goal of this presentation is to share knowledge, random notes, observations, and configuration preferences acquired after some years working behind the frontlines of Slurm support.

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